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Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts
Hogan targets the arts
Hogan targets the arts

Since 1979, the Maryland Hall for the Creative Arts has been a uniquely valuable community resource — as an arts education center for all ages, as a performing arts space for many genres, and as a home for the resident artists and arts companies that contribute so much to the life of Annapolis. So it is shocking to see that Maryland Hall is the only non-profit community resource in the state whose allocation in the capital budget was singled out for veto by Gov. Larry Hogan ("Hogan can't make spending switch without Assembly OK," May 19). This is money that was intended for the continuing renovations needed at Maryland Hall to make it more accessible and a...